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I Have asked this before about adyield manager/ad pop ups


laptopdunce

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I have just reset my IE to the original factory settings, but I am still getting these AWFUL adyield ads for everything from "slow PC checks" to gaming ads. It only happens on this laptop, my other one is fine, but it seems IMPOSSIBLE to stop these adyield things appearing when I am on ebay, pcadvisor, and generally as soon as I log on to a site from yahoo to hotmail, to ebay to just about anything, I have gone through all the rigmarole of resetting startpage on IE in interent properties but I am still getting these terrible ads. Is there not a SIMPLE way to stop all this? it seems IMPOSSIBLE for a novice to remove this annoying rubbish. thnanks LAPTOPDUNCE

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laptopdunce

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Yes, its almost impossible now not to click on something that causes endless crap appearing, I think I have managed to get rid of the ad.yield stuff now, its been fairly quiet now insofar as running my ebay on this laptop. I have just posted another question in Tech forum, not sure if I need another web forum as it is related to a Salora LED TV that is in Holland, its about programming analogue channels into it, the manual says it will accept both digital and analogue channels but I cant get it to accept analog channels, my old glass CRT TV takes the analogue cable TV channels, (the more expensive digital HD channels are not enabled on the subscription) but the new Salora LED TV wont "find" the analogue cable channels, if I need a specialized TV webforum can you advise me where to post?? thanks LAPTOPDUNCE

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